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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: after israel's reported weekend air strikes in and around damascus, more questions as to whether the syrian civil war is widening beyond its borders. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, we explore the options on the table for the u.s., amid growing calls for international intervention in syria. >> brown: then, as the u.s. government weighs new regulation, we debate whether publicly traded companies should have to disclose their political donations. >> suarez: special correspondent john tulenko visits a middle school in maine where students are trading in their notebooks and pencils for robots and wind turbines. >> brown: we turn again to the subject of guns in america, as a texas man proves technology has made it possible to easily make your own pistol at home. >> anyone can create it in the privacy of their garage with a couple of clicks and some software and a download from the internet. anywhere there's a computer and an internet connection, there's a promise of a
as the unemployment rate dropped to 7.5% and 165,000 new jobs were created. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we analyze the better-than-expected numbers and what they say about the state of the economy. >> woodruff: the c.d.c. reports more people in the u.s. die from suicide than car accidents. ray suarez looks at this worrisome rise in rates, particularly among baby boomers. >> brown: paul solman reports on the plight of older workers struggling to find employment even as the job numbers improve. >> i have 30 years of experience and you'll see something that says "we want you to have x amount of skills but we only want you to have no more than two years of experience." >> woodruff: the analysis of mark shields and michael gerson, sitting in for david brooks. >> brown: and we close with a book conversation with author michael pollan about the loss of good old-fashioned home cookin'. >> people have very strong feelings about cooking. we all have memories of being in the kitchen when our mom was preparing a meal or our grandmother so i don't thi
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: as many as 26,000 members of the military were sexually assaulted last year, that estimate from a new pentagon study released today. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the newshour tonight, we examine the growing scandal, a problem president obama said he wouldn't tolerate. >> brown: then, as south korea's new leader visits the white house, we assess continuing tensions on the korean peninsula. >> suarez: spencer michels visits san francisco's exploratorium, a science and technology center with a hands- on approach that peaks the imaginations of children and adults alike. >> we know we have a good exhibit when the person laughs and turns around and says to anybody passing "hey, look at this!" that's a good exhibit. >> brown: how much are across- the-board federal spending cuts hitting programs around the country? we check in with public media colleagues in three states. >> suarez: and we have a story about preserving the nation's cultural identity, contained in millions of piece
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: trade, security and immigration topped the agenda, as president obama kicked off a three-day swing through mexico and costa rica. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we examine the state of u.s.-mexico relations as mr. obama meets with mexican president enrique pena nieto. >> brown: then, we look at the fight over access to the morning after pill. a federal judge had ruled it should be available over-the- counter to women and girls of all ages. but the obama administration is now appealing that decision. >> woodruff: ray suarez reports on iraq's bloody april with bombs and other attacks killing more than 700 people, raising fears of a sectarian civil war. >> brown: we talk to google's eric schmidt and jared cohen about the intersection of technology and democracy and the promise and pitfalls of the new digital age. >> privacy becomes more important in this new interconnected world because we need privacy, we all-- everyone wants it and i think you're going to have
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: a diplomat who served in libya said the staff at the benghazi mission did not get the military aid they needed, when the post was attacked last fall. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on today's congressional hearing, where republicans renewed charges of a cover-up and democrats said the issue was being politicized. >> brown: then, we update the remarkable story of three cleveland women freed after being held captive for more than a decade. >> suarez: paul solman talks with the new treasury secretary, jack lew about jobs financial reform and the partisan divide over automatic federal spending cuts. >> the thing that i find truly amazing is that there are members of congress who are calling the sequester a success. a victory. their policy. they can have the policy. nobody at the time thought it should take effect. >> brown: miles o'brien reports from guatemala on the forensic science used to document charges of genocide that wiped out thousands of
the street. they're getting from their homes. >> ifill: and jeffrey brown explores moves by five states to restrict access to abortion services. >> most americans have a common sense approach to abortion where they want parental consent-- consent, informed consent. americans believe they can make these personal decisions. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by b.p./ >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: president obama marked the first 100 days of his second term today, using a news conference to demand action on his agenda, from guantanamo to guns. newshour correspondent kwame holman begins our coverage. >> do you still have the juice to get the rest of your agenda through this congress? >> if you put it that way, jonathan, maybe i shou
triscuit are baked with brown rice and sweet potato! triscuit has a new snack? no way. way. and the worst part is they're delicious. mmm, you're right. maybe we should give other new things a chance. no way. way. [ male announcer ] we've taken 100% whole grain brown rice and wheat, delicious sweet potato, and savory red bean... and woven them into something unexpected. the new brown rice triscuit line; with sweet potato and red bean varieties. a new take on an old favorite. with sweet potato and red bean varieties. still doesn't feel real. our time together was... so short. well, since you had progressive's total loss coverage, we were able to replace your totaled bike with a brand-new one. the tank, the exhaust... well, she looks just like roxy! you know, i'll bet she's in a better place now. i'm sure she is. [ ethereal music plays ] [ motorcycle revving ] getting you back on a brand-new bike. now, that's progressive. >>> in this 2011 interview with britain's newspaper "the guardian," a man called curveball confirms the lies of his pre-war claims. [ speaking foreign language ] >> there w
special election, you may recall, scott brown scored an over marth win coakley. here we go again. how are you handicapping this, mark? >> first of all, the question is, is gabriel gomez another scott brown? he has a military record, became to harvard, went business school, the son of colombian immigrants, made a lot of money, is for same-sex marriage but against a background checks. not a crazy man, with no public record, no voting record to defend. edward markey is not martha coakley. he has been all out. with he said in the primary, which have found interesting -- i found interesting, the most he had in that congress was on obamacare. he has made himself a surrogate for barack obama in massachusetts. as of now, he is a strong favorite. the congrseen in since 1977. should he have a bigger than a six-point margin? >> yes. globe," e boston democrats fear reliving 2010. >> the big difference here is that it edward markey knows fenway park. they let this thing faster in 2010, they were not paying attention. the political director over there thoht that this was going to be a bit of a slam
. >>> governor jerry brown spoke for the first time since filing his prison plan last week with the court. he said the system has undergone a dramatic transformation. the plan reduces the population by 7,000 but that plan still falls 2,300 short of the mandated target. many lawmakers see the governor's plan as a temporary solution. >> the best solution to keeping the population stable or reduced is to invest in rehabilitation. >> governor jerry brown said the state -- governor jerry brown said the state spent billions to comply. >>> california attorney general kamala harris praised him during a memorial in sacramento. [ music ] >> his family was there for the peace officers memorial. governor jerry brown was the key note spoker but it was kamala harris who spoke about his duty and sacrifice. >> he served his country for six years in the united states army reserves, even in his death he gave back through organizen donation -- organ donation. he gave the gift of life to four people. >> he was shot last september during a traffic stop on interstate 680. >>> new at 6:00 p.m. miami may no longer b
court issued its historic brown versus board of education ruling in 1954, declaring segregated schools unconstitutional. but many southern states acted like it meant take your sweet time. in arkansas nine blacks were registered. they were picked because of their excellent academic records, but when the first of the students showed up she was barred from entering the school on orders of the governor. he said . . . not falling for the pathetic argument, president eisenhower ordered federal troops into little rock. >> this challenge must be met, and they have lawfully protected rights in a climate permitting their free and fair exercise. >> michael: on september 24th paratroopers escorted the nine students to the school. they were screamed at and spat upon but they made it to school that day and in the days that followed. the students became known as the little rock nine and they became a powerful symbol in the fight against discrimination. we are privileged to be joined by minniejean brown trickey. she was just 15 years old when she faced those mobs she con
in for the draw. number 32 for the blues against mike richards. porter controls. pietrangelo. hit by dustin brown. now muzzin. lost his balance. fell down. the puck comes free. blues were making a change with brown. williams rolls it in on goal and elliott stare steers it away. now williams. getting it back to the line. muzzin. able to get by stewart. muzzin throws it. tried to throw it to the front and redirect. bouncing back out to center ice. >> not a lot of fancy plays in overtime. l.a. with that theme in mind. they're putting pucks to the net from everywhere. >> bouwmeester back to get it. plays it ahead. off the stick of voynov and deep in the l.a. zone. scuderi back to get it. now steen. schwartz. backes. puck free. scuderi. won a cup, of course, with pittsburgh before he won one with l.a. now a turnover and recovered by schwartz. picked up by the blues. backhanded across by backes. off the boards and now the l.a. kings get it out the other way. here's kopitar. takes it wide on polak who played them well. throws it back up the wall. and there's dwight king waiting for it. jackman for oshie
it is as the second coming of scott brown, right, it's a political unknown against a veteran democrat in a state that usually goes blue, but, hey, it's a special election, anything can happen. and this guy's a young, fresh face. that's one way to see this race. the second coming of scott brown. the other way to see this race is as the second coming of scott brown, the scott brown who is not a senator anymore because he lost really badly really recently. when mitt romney was losing the presidential race in massachusetts by 23 percentage points this past year, his massachusetts-based campaign staff was not just busy losing that race, they were also busy losing scott brown's race, too, an incumbent u.s. senate seat held by a supposedly popular guy lost by eight points. the same campaign people that lost mitt romney the presidency, lost mitt romney his supposed home state by 23 points and lost scott brown an incumbent u.s. senate seat in massachusetts, they are the same people in massachusetts doing the gabriel gomez campaign for the senate seat against ed markey. so, it's the second coming of scott
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to a bridal shower when says she saw fire. she said she tried to get the driver, orville brown to stop. >> reporter: says the driver did not help as she scrambled out the front passenger seat nor when she tried to help her friend. >> reporter: firefighters were on scene within 11 minutes but for five oflt of the women it was too late including the bride, neriza fojas a. >> they were getting away from the fire and that is why they were in front towards the partition. you can also probably say that they were trying to get out. >> reporter: two of the victims worked toorgether at a hospital most of them knew each other from the health care center in oakland. that agency releasing a statement of sorrow tonight. two survivors remain in the hospital upgraded to serious condition. investigators say that they will go every inch of that limousine and look at maintenance logs and look at the driver's full driving record and talk with witnesses once again now that they have had a little bit of time to sit with what happened. they will do all of that before they are ready to say what caused this h
, and starting to turn brown, is it? >> it is t the big deal is the green grasses are turning brown very rapidly. now to compare to three years ago of the conditions here right now are said to be even more dangerous. >> in this neighborhood i found a man who knows how easily it can happen. >> about this time of the year about years ago accidently started add fire. >> i spoke with fire weather expert today who says we are headed right now to the most dangerous fire decade because of dry grasses. this grass shows fuel moistures through july. blue current drying of the last few weeks today and today drier than the driest in 20 years. >> humidity is going to be low and winds are going to be coming up. the winds are coming from the north. >> in the bay area except for san francisco but everywhere people should be caution, fire officials want everybody to be fire smart now and for the next several months. reporting live, john, ktvu channel 2 news. >> you can get the latest weather conditions, any time and anywhere where on the app of ktvu. >>> there is developing news of the foothills where a man arre
for what happened. >> it is a nightmare. >> rickey brown says in his mind he's replaying the moment before his limo bursted into flames with nine women inside. >> she says smoke and they got the music on you know and, when she says smoke, my mind told me okay, maybe she wants to smoke a cigarette and i hear another knock, she says smoke, pull over, smoke, there is smoke, pull over, pull loafer. >> on over. st >> separating the passengers from the driver. >> we are all crying, all nervous, all scared. >> he says he unlocked the limo door but when someone opened one of them trying to free the women inside it only fuel the flames. >> and it then engulf the car. >> brown told us he does not know what else he could have done but he worries that the victim's families will blame him >> i do, like i said, i wish i could have done. >> reporter: brown says he thinks the cause of the fire was electrical but he insisted that there was no problem of the limo when he took it out on saturday night. >> 3 2-year-old was the new brid being sell celebrated that night. community regional medical cent
representative, rachel ebora and nicole agbiyone. and then we have omar community collaborative, gwen brown. >> good afternoon, i am the executive director of burnle heights. >> good evening, our organization works through the vitalized commission street in excelior planning collaboratives. 57% are foreign born. 74% of the households are considered family households. 18% of the residents live in linguistic isolation. 27% of the hispanic and 27% of the asian-speaking homes lack community services. there are few public plazas or places for all ages and ethnicities together. we have a lack of venues and clubs for all ages. and the poverty is 7.54%. >> with nicole i participate in the excelsior that is in the heart of the mission. in the collaborative one thing that we accomplished is putting together the process of strategic planning and envisioning for the community. and with various community meetings that involve over 15 organizations. and we put together with the help of supervisor avalos' office and the values of the community. and these are values that community members came to put toget
he called horrific. >> i did not -- see smoke. >> or vil ricky brown told abc 7 news when the cry for help came from the back of the limo he was driving he misunderstood. >> i'm thinking she's saying she'd like to smoke. >> the 46-year-old ro brown told us he figured out what they're trying to say. >> no. no. smoke, pull over. >> and he looked back a couple times and see the grief on her face. >> brown says there are no shoulders on the bridge it took him 90 seconds to figure out where, and when to pull over. the passenger started to crime through the partition window separating him from the main compartment. >> so as soon as i pull over there is a lady coming through the partition. another lady coming through. i'm on the phone, i'm on the phone trying to call 911. i can't. i'm shaking he says he helped two more women then someone managed to open the back passenger door. >> the door was opened, it was horrific. flames were high. and it seemed like they were just, i don't know how to explain it. but they -- they -- the car was engulfed. >> now, brown is a ware of the chp saying tha
, brown picked up the ladies in 4 miles away from the bachelorette party, while on the san mateo bridge he says one of the passengers knocked on the small window between them, and he thought she asked to smoke. brown told them to wait, because smoking was not allowed. they knocked again.louder. >> when i opened it i saw the grief on her face, the anguish i could see and smell smoke. when we pulled over, one of the ladies was already coming through at this point, it becomes a blur for brown. he believes the limo's doors were unlocked. and when someone opened the back door to rescue more people >> the flames just went phewww they engulfed the car and along with good samartians, who stopped to help. brown pulled a passenger through the partian probably saving her life. >> i wish we could have done more. cause i know they are hurting, i am hurting. i know they are hurting more with the questions not answered brown drives limos on the weekends. he's worked with limo stop for two months and never had any issues with his vechile. looking back, now he thinks he knows what started the fatal fire. >
now. >> i'm in sacramento. the brown administration submits prison overcrowding relief plan that falls short. will the judges accept it or order early releases of inmates. >> archeological find. world war ii bomber resurface after 70 years from the water grave. >> aircraft that just made hyper sonic history. stay with us. more to bring you. us. more to bring you. an >> good evening once again. israel tonight hit targets inside syria deemed a threat. u.s. officials say israel launched an airstrike apparently targeting suspected weapons site. one official says the strike appeared to hit a warehouse. israel targeted weapons in the past. most recently in january. israelis officials believe the weapons are being delivered to lebanon where hezbollah is based. >> gone brown staring down the federal courts over the state much may line prison system and so far neither side is blink. administration presented a new plan today on how to reduce the state prison population. but the we explain that prison critic claim the governor is breaking the law and they want him arrested.
"hidden america" report tonight. >> reporter: james brown said the doctor gave him a choice. >> he said, what state do you want to go to? i said, i don't want to leave nevada. >> reporter: psychotic, depressed, thinking of suicide. james brown found himself at rawson neal, nevada's largest mental hospital. 72 hours later, the doctor said it was time to go. >> he said, california sounds like a really nice state, i think you'll be happy there. >> reporter: and that's where the hospital sent him, to sacramento. brown was alone with just -- >> six bottles of ensure and three days of medication. >> reporter: -- and a greyhound ticket. one way. to a city he'd never been. >> why california? what's waiting for me there? i'm already -- i'm already scared enough. >> reporter: records show the hospital issued bus tickets to nearly 1,500 patients. "the sacramento bee" found that over the last five years those patients went to just about every state in the u.s. critics call it patient-dumping, a way to avoid providing expensive care in an already overburdened system. abc news also reviewed medical r
for the next couple of days, it's all in the accu-weather forecast. >> governor brown is under fire for the state's prison population. what critics say. and cinco de mayo celebrations are coming to the bay area this weekend and where you >> katie: breaking news if afghanistan. five americans have been killed by a roadside bomb. u.s. officials have not disclosed the location but afghan spokesman said they hit it in the district of a spiritual birthplace of the taliban. 32 americans have been killed so par in afghanistan. they are among 47 coalition troops killed. >>> governor brown is staring down the federal courts over the state's much maligned prison system. his administration has a new plan how to reduce the state's prison population. nannette miranda reports that prison critics claim the governor is breaking the law. >> it's not a good plan but the best of the worse. >> threatened with contempt of court, the brown submitted a 46 plan to are release prison overcrowding. they have shed 42,000 inmates since 2006. but the federal courts still demand that the population be reduced an
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. >> something nobody expected to happen. it's hard to live with. >> until that moment brown said the women he was taking to a bachelorette party were having a great time. >> all beautiful ladies, dressed elegant. >> one began pounding on a partition. brown admits he misunderstood. >> lady knocks and says smoke. i'm thinking that she's saying she'd like to smoke. >> soon they were panicking. but the time brown pulled over one woman climbed into the front seat. >> i'm not the hero. like i said the first lady pulled two out. i helped with two. >> a good samaritan, or someone then opened a main passenger door in the back. >> they opened the door, they let the fire get oxygen. the fire spread so fast. >> brown has a theory about how the fire started. >> i feel that it may have been electrical. the car did not blow up. >> the 46-year-old father of five says all his thoughts now are on the victims and their families. >> i reach out to the families. i feel for them. i wish we could have done something different to save them. >> brown says he'll be donating two weeks of salary to the families of the v
evening to you. meteorologist paul diano where things have gone from brown in a very short order. we'll talk about our increased fire danger. and when folks will make it into the mid- to upper 90s. your very hot forecast coming up next. ,, president obama walked into white house press room toda 100 days into his second te told reporters he >>> no topics were off limits when president obama walked into the white house press room. 100 days into his second term he told reporters he still has a political clout to get things done in washington. he seemed cautiously hopeful about a potentially fiscal plan. but he emphasized it's the lawmakers to make one. >> that's their job, their elected, members of congress are elected in order to do what's right for their constituents. >>> you have heard it before when you buy a gift card make sure it hasn't been tampered with and keep that activation receipt. on the consumer watch, julie watts tells us that is no longer enough. crooks have figured out a new scam that can leave you with a worthless gift card. >> there's a big deck of cards there and we
world. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: trade, security and immigration topped the agenda, as president obama kicked off a three-day swing through mexico and costa rica. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we examine the state of u.s.-mexico relations as mr. obama meets with mexican president enrique pena nieto. >> brown: then, we look at the fight over access to the morning after pill. a federal judge had ruled it should be available over-the- counter to women and girls of all ages. but the obama administration is now appealing that decision. >> woodruff: ray suar r
on the threat. thank you >> thank you anyone else who would like to speak. thank you paulson and brown to speaking. colleagues any closing remarks that you supervisor mary i don't know if you want to make any comments? >> i'm really pleased at the amazing amount of coordination it's not only in san francisco that regional threats happen but i appreciate the years of planning for the america's cup and other events each year. i have a better understanding of the command structure it's very, very helpful and how we put so much thought in keeping our public save during so many of those large event. i want to thank my colleagues at the e and the public for privacy rights for individuals and to balance the need to keep the public save. i want to say that the boston marathon bombings were a shock to us and i know that our safety plans looked at we redefined our process but so appreciative that our city is uncomfortable our system to keep the public save. i hope we he can continue this conversation between annoy and the data break. i want to know that our departments are keeping us as safe as
: this is "early today" for friday, may 3rd. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm dara brown. hundreds of residents are being ordered out of their homes in southern california. as a raging wildfire continues to burn more than 8,000 acres. this morning red-flag conditions continue as workers are working overtime to contain a series of blazes on multiple fronts. >> reporter: fire officials are calling the hot dry conditions the perfect storm for wildfires burning in southern california. dangerous santa ana winds and record temperatures fan flames in ventura county north of los angeles. fire destroyed homes, vehicles and anything in its path including this agricultural complex. a smoke advisory was issued due to concerns of chemicals in the air. the blaze broke out early thursday morning, wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour caused it to burn out of control. by midday 500 firefighters were on the front lines. >> if we can use fire as a method to help us strengthen our fire lines, and if we can do it safely without escape, we'll do it. >> reporter: more than 1,000 homes were under a mandatory evacuation
rate dropped to 7.5% and 165,000 new jobs were created. good evening. i'm judy woodruff. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we analyze the better-than-expected numbers and what they say about the state of the economy. >> woodruff: the c.d.c. reports more people in the u.s. die from suicide than car accidents. ray suarez looks at this worrisome rise in rates, particularly among baby boomers. >> brown: paul solman reports on the plight of older workers struggling to find employment even as the job numbers improve. >> i have 30 years of experience
winner from notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two outstanding 911 youth heroes and four incredible 911 dispatch heroes. these youngsters acted with bravely and confidence, and in an imagine crisis situation and helped to save the lives of their loved ones. our 4, 911 dispatch heroes worked behind the scenes in cooperation with law enforcement and fire and emergency medical response, the men and women who answer this call each day are the true first responders when a emergency strikes which can often make the difference between life-and-death between people in need. they are truly real heroes. please join me in welcoming the director of san francisco management lisa hofmann. [ applause ] >> thank you, tim and thank you elise and kelley from 911 for kids, every year they make this a successful ceremony in honoring children, heroes and dispatchers
. >> even governor brown doesn't like the new prison plan and it's his plan. calling it ugly he warned that's bad for public safety but he's under a dedsline. brown had until midnight thursday to send a plan and he had to send the plan to federal judges. the state has 9,000 more prisoners that aloud by federal guidelines. brown called for more early release for inmates and paroling elderly and incapacitated prisoners. he plans to seek a delay while he appeals the rule oun overcrowding. >> it's about coming together in the time of need. >> still ahead at 5:00, bonded together by tragedy. what some neighbors are doing to help one of their own. >> they may be retired but they're still active woching the court. we'll introduce you to two of the warriors biggest fans and their high end seats. >> good afternoon. the thermometer reading near 100 degrees. it's going to be getting hotter this week wednesday the livermore wine festival. some major changes in the seven-day forecast. full details just minutes away. >>> they're lending a helping hand. a south bay family is lending a hand. you might reca
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